The Afro-vegan chef aims to show more people that eating vegetable-based meals is simple, affordable and delicious.
Cookbook author and food activist Bryant Terry talked about his roots and urged students to get engaged around food security issues.
Philip Gelb, a chef and musician, hosts a monthly series that pairs a four-course meal with a recital featuring singular musicians.
There’s plenty of food news in this week’s Bites, including an update on 21st Amendment’s San Leandro brewery (opening soon!) and Elmwood’s The Advocate.
A Berkeley forum tackles the legacy of slavery on African-Americans’ relationship with food production, food insecurity, and the whiteness of the food justice movement, among many other topics.
[Sponsored] Old Damascus Fare and Noodle Girl will be among the booths featured at the Festival’s outdoor fair in Civic Center Park this weekend.
So much to share this week: La Marcha is open in West Berkeley, Mamacitas Café is doing a preview for its brick-and-mortar location, a new brewery is headed to North Oakland and more.